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WHAT’S THE MEANING?
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that Guido van Rossum, the developer of the programming language Python, created it out of boredom? He started working on the program during the Christmas season of 1989, when his office was closed for the holidays and he had nothing but time on his hands. He named it Python after the comedy group Monty Python, as he was a big fan of the TV series Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Indeed, a lot of things in the Python programming language are Monty Python references. Python is considered to be a “computer program for everybody.” Guido von Rossum is given the title Benevolent Dictator For Life (BDFL), which is a title reserved for project founders who still plays a central role in the development of their brainchild. Because of its readability and easy syntax, it is often the language used by beginner programmers. According to the Tiobe Index, Python is the 4th most popular programming language as of December 2017. It is used by industry giants such as Facebook, Google, and Instagram.
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